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Under which conditions_European lawyer_provision of legal services within the territory of the Czech Republic as an established European lawyer

 

If a European lawyer wants to provide legal services within the territory of the Czech Republic on a long term basis he may practice as an established European lawyer.

Admission to the Bar and the requested documents

The Czech Bar Association records in the Register of established European Lawyers every lawyer who submits following documents:

If the applicant sends the documents by post he must submit:

·         a written application containing the address of the registered law office in the Czech Republic, including all possible contact data (there is no form for this application, a letter will suffice)

·         a certificate authorising the provision of legal services in the native country with a certified translation into Czech (a certified copy of the lawyer’s identity card or certificate)

·         a document on insurance (insurance certificate) for liability for damage caused when providing legal services, including confirmation that this insurance applies to the activity of the established European lawyer within the territory of the Czech Republic (a certified copy with a certified translation into Czech)

·         ID proving that the applicant is a citizen of an EU member state or a member state of the Agreement on the European Economic Area (a certified copy of a passport or identity card)

·         no photograph is required as of 1st January 2011

Address: Ceska advokatni komora - odbor matriky
               Národní 16              110 00 Praha 1

In case of other inquiries please contact the Register Department, matrika@cak.cz

If the applicant brings the supporting documents in person to the CBA Registry Office, Národní 10, entrance from Voršilská Street, Prague 1, the following needs to be submitted:

·         a written application containing the address of the registered law office in the Czech Republic, including all possible contact data (there is no form for this application, a letter will suffice)

·         a certificate authorising the provision of legal services in the native country with a certified translation into Czech (a certified copy of the lawyer’s identity card or certificate, or bring an original of this document and the authorised employee of the registry office will certify the document)

·         a document on insurance (insurance certificate) for liability for damage caused when providing legal services, including confirmation that this insurance applies to the activity of the established European lawyer in the Czech Republic (a certified copy with a certified translation into Czech)

·         a document proving that the applicant is a citizen of a member state of the European Union or a member state of the Agreement on the European Economic Area (a certified copy of a passport or identity card, or bring the original document and the authorised employee of the registry office will certify the document)

·         no photograph is required as of 1st January 2011

 

Professional title

An established European lawyer shall be obliged to use, in his legal practice, a professional title which must be expressed in the official language, or in one of the official languages of his home country. An established European lawyer shall be obliged to refer to his entry in the Register of European Lawyers in addition to his using of the title.

 

Representation of clients before courts and other bodies

When a European lawyer provides legal services subsisting in representation of clients before courts and other bodies, including defence in criminal proceedings, and where special legislation stipulates that a party must be represented by a lawyer, or that only a lawyer may be the representative of a party, the European lawyer shall be obliged to appoint a lawyer, upon agreement with his client, as a consultant in procedural issues to be solved in the proceedings.

 

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